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    Post Found a good Text converter

    The title pretty much sais it all:

    You can convert From - ASCll, Hex, Binary - to - ASCll, Hex, Binary, MD5

    Heres the link: http://www.bagill.com/text-converter.php

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    cool, its nice

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    Yaa its descent

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    Binary.. Does anyone use that any more? Hell, I though hex was dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseToast View Post
    Binary.. Does anyone use that any more? Hell, I though hex was dead.
    I dont know lol if someone wants to they can

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseToast View Post
    Binary.. Does anyone use that any more? Hell, I though hex was dead.
    I think he posted this to help people with strakn's mastercode, lol.

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    Takeing codes an turning it into ACII you can get some weird looking stuff

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    http://www.string-functions.com/string-hex.aspx that's the one i use , its pretty nice, i like it best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elial2 View Post
    I dont know lol if someone wants to they can
    binary is the old, old, OLD school programming, the first language in programming it was insanely hard and frustrating, then hex came out and made things a little more easy because it was more then "001001010010100001001010" and then C, C++, C# came out and then programs were able to built way faster and easier. Because they can all do the same thing, C++ can do binary can do hex and hex can do C# and yeah, but the only difference is the way its typed. When you start a computer program it does this "C++ to hex to binary" so then the computer understands in the real computer language, whats going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseToast View Post
    binary is the old, old, OLD school programming, the first language in programming it was insanely hard and frustrating, then hex came out and made things a little more easy because it was more then "001001010010100001001010" and then C, C++, C# came out and then programs were able to built way faster and easier. Because they can all do the same thing, C++ can do binary can do hex and hex can do C# and yeah, but the only difference is the way its typed. When you start a computer program it does this "C++ to hex to binary" so then the computer understands in the real computer language, whats going on.
    cool didnt know some of that

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